SimMan 3G is improving health care one mannequin at a time
Adults with developmental disabilities often struggle to get dental care — but not at St. Joseph Mercy Oakland
Manny Torres on music, faith, and his recovery from testicular cancer
According to a local court ruling, overpowering fragrances are an infraction of the Americans with Disabilities Act
An emergency training workshop, healthcare for Detroit’s homeless, and the aftermath of Puerto Rico’s Hurricane Maria
Chief Medical Officer, Michigan Department of Corrections
A closer look at advanced technology’s effect on kids' vision
Producer Alyonka Larionov and plus-size model Leah Vernon discuss their struggles with eating disorders
A local doctor weighs in on a trendy ingredient
Letter from the Heath Guide Editor, Lyndsay Green
A local instructor on Crohn’s disease and her path to healing
A local herbalist on plants grown in southeast Michigan and their health benefits
Peabody Ice Climbing in Fenton offers enthusiasts the rush of the summit
Hour Detroit's Health Guide editor on the uplifting way the Brain Injury Association of Michigan assists grieving caretakers for survivors of traumatic brain injuries
It’s not always the best choice for behavioral and nonmedical emergencies, but metro Detroit agencies and partial programs can help
Through art, music, and other programs, young patients maintain their identities, ease stress and anxiety
Henry Ford doctor says he believes procedure will become standard for patients older than 65 in the next few years
The ability to move is associated with long-term health and well-being, and the stakes are even higher for older adults
While there is no cure for Hidradenitis Suppurativa, changing the way I eat helped me heal after years of suffering and misdiagnoses
For the active, distracted, and routinely high-strung, it can offer a deeply healing experience. Believe me, I tried it.
Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder usually manifests differently, making diagnosis difficult for those unfamiliar with the symptoms
Carving out the right amount of time for your professional and personal life doesn’t have to feel like a circus act. Here’s how to find a better path
Anxiety disorders and depression are often faceless — as well as misunderstood and mistreated
Pilot program aims to fight childhood obesity through grocery store tours, school nutrition classes, and health screenings
Local health professionals are using gaming technology and other apps to analyze pain, educate students, and more
Dr. Mona gained fame as a ‘water warrior,’ but her long-term crusade is fixing all of Flint’s social ills
Living in Wayne County’s polluted ZIP codes has been linked to asthma and other health conditions, but activists and policymakers — and even some industries — are working to address regional environmental issues
How thoughts and perceptions health care providers unconsciously harbor can affect health care for minorities — and what can be done about it
Local cardiologist brings vision for healthy and delicious plant-based food, craft cocktails to downtown Ferndale.
New techniques and research offer advanced fertility options for prospective parents.
A poor understanding of diet and exercise can lead to a cyclic pattern of acting upon myths.
Experts weigh in on all the pokes, posts, and pictures that make up social media.
Man’s best friend can also play an important role in health care.
Frequent self-weighing by teens could be a signal they’re struggling with depression.
As more extreme cold therapy centers open in metro Detroit, clients turn to cryotherapy for everything from aches and pains from a workout to improving their mood.
Adult coloring books offer a low barrier of entry to creative expression, relieve stress.
As Michigan’s aging population grows, so does the number of adults caring for their parents.
New Medicaid age extension and progress in Michigan give parents relief.
After losing his sight, an artist’s journey to reinvent his life is a lesson in overcoming obstacles
In southwest Detroit, a tattoo removal program helps former gang members leave stigma behind
For future doctors, Wayne State University’s body bequest program isn’t all about death — it’s about learning the science of healing
Whether they find solace in 12-step programs or a different approach, former addicts find their own paths
On the outside, lupus patients may appear fine, but on the inside, they are in pain.
Chained to your chair? Here are some ideas to get fit while at the office.
Michigan, which has some of the nation’s highest nonmedical vaccine exemption rates, adds new rule for parents seeking waivers for kids as other states take more radical steps.
Emerging magnet-based therapy can help patients with mild to moderate cases who don’t respond well to medication
With the glut of information on TV and the Web, it can be difficult to tell fact from fiction. How well does your medical knowledge stack up?
Men with prostate cancer share stories dealing with the mental side of the disease.
From fitness to stress management, Health Guide writers share their go-to picks for keeping fit and eating healthy
Expanding use of 3-D printing technology helps doctors treat teen’s heart condition
After her son was born with a cleft lip and palate — which means a lifelong journey of medical care — Michigan mom on mission to help other parents
In the past, genetic testing was often an afterthought for a woman already diagnosed with breast or ovarian cancer. Now, screening is happening sooner.
Advances in telemedicine may benefit patients with chronic conditions in remote areas — and cut health care costs, too
Singing, playing, or simply listening can be a powerful, healing force
It's not just meditation or yoga— it's a way of being
It doesn’t sound pretty — or even very sanitary — but transplanted fecal microbes are gaining popularity as a way to treat digestive tract bugs
Awareness and breaking down depression’s stigma are key to suicide prevention
Frustrating stereotypes and barriers to professional opportunities are just a few challenges endured by stutterers
Alcohol poisoning isn't just a dorm room phenomenon, and too often, loved ones have to cope with the fallout
Organ donor registrations in Michigan are on the rise, but potential transplant patients still face a supply vs. demand gap
Allergies can develop at any age, and some symptoms are nothing to sneeze at
Studies find financial problems top the list of causes, escalating health risks. So what can we do to ease the burden?
Long- and short-term effects of sleep disorders go beyond just feeling groggy
Don’t let a little wintery weather put a deep freeze on your workouts
Don’t procrastinate. Start the year off right with a hike, walk, or ride in a Detroit-area park.
Don’t let snow, ice, or overcrowded gyms keep you from exercising. Here’s the gear you’ll need to be an all-weather warrior.
Instead of pills, doctors prescribe fruits and vegetables through a program that unites health care with local food systems.
Emerging medical applications of intricate 3-D printing techniques are changing — and saving — lives
First graduating class tests Oakland University William Beaumont School of Medicine’s approach to prepare future physicians
Research at Wayne State's Department of Biomedical Engineering set new standards for the auto industry and continues to makes us safer in a dangerous world.
A better approach to this elusive condition shows promise with recent research out of Southeast Michigan.
One Detroit journalist dedicated much of her life to taking care of her parents--something we may all eventually face as we become a population dominated by older Americans.
Are you a social, only-on-the-weekends kind of drinker? Even occasional alcohol habits matter more than you think.
There's a science to surviving well, as one young man discovered in the wake of an accident that changed his life forever.
One woman decided to get fit at 49. Twenty years later, she's living proof of the power of exercise.
Soy has been knocked off its pedestal. But is it really all that bad? It depends on whom you ask--and what form you eat.
There are proven health benefits to art therapy. Could it work for you?
Energy healing isn't 'magic.' It's becoming a tangible part of integrative medicine.
Your eyes can be subtle clues to your overall health
For 24 Detroit-area health care providers, a trip to Kenya revealed their limitations — and renewed their calling to help others
Through the uniting power of food, advocates committed to improving outcomes in Detroit
Having trouble sticking to your exercise routine? Choosing an alternative workout could be the answer.